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    This was a solo visit and wasn't sure what to expect as it was in a built up area. With a little bit of climbing I found my way in. It has seen a bit of vandalism and the usual smashing of windows, everything inside turned over, but an interesting time was had.

    So after doing a bit of research i found out he was a former Mayor and awarded MBE in one of the New Year’s Honours List. I struggled to find out how long the house has been empty, must have been a good few years, the calendar in the kitchen was October 2004.

    on with the photos






































    thanks for looking

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    That's a great house, a lot of interesting stuff. thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dauntless - UE View Post
    That's a great house, a lot of interesting stuff. thanks for sharing.
    Cheers Dauntless

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    Obviously no idea where you are but it seems odd for somewhere that 'nice' to be empty and unsold for so long?!

    Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

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    I love that reverse bay window. Great feature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B7TMW View Post
    I love that reverse bay window. Great feature.
    Yeah, me too, You made a great job a'that jsp, Thanks
    Smiler
    😁

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    Great report mate.done a good job on that.some lovely bits.love them windows.especially the convex window and round ones
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    I like that, the inverted bay is unusual!
    Want that garage too ;-)

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    Cracking post lots of interesting things in there but who left the toilet seat up? Hate that!!!

    Cheers for sharing.
    Don't panic, be reet!!!

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    been in the joinery trade all my life, and first one I have ever seen, easy enough to make just never seen one

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